Main Entry: psalm
Pronunciation: 'säm, 'sälm,
'som, 'solm
Function: noun
Usage: often capitalized
Etymology: Middle English,
from Old English psealm, from
Late Latin psalmus, from
Greek psalmos, literally,
twanging of a harp, from
psallein to pluck, play a
stringed instrument : a sacred
song or poem used in
worship; especially : one of the
biblical hymns collected in the
Book of Psalms
Psalm
Main Entry: son·ny
Pronunciation: 's &-nE
Function: noun: a young boy --
usually used in address
Usage:  Feline companion;
one of many favorite muses
Origin:  Alley cat
Sonny
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Sonny Psalm
Inspiring words from The Book of
Psalms set in tone to a Sonny photo.
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Presentation
Psalm 139:16
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Psalm 32:7
Psalm 71:20
Psalm 34:5a
Psalm 46:10
Psalm 138:8a
Psalm 27:1
Psalm 16:11
Psalm 95:2
Psalm 100:4
Psalm 37:23-24
Psalm 63:6-8
Psalm 141:3
Psalm 32:8
Psalm 65:11
Psalm 56:8
Year 2006
Year 2007
Psalm 18:2a
Psalm 30:5b
Psalm 18:3
Psalm 25:9
Psalm 27:14
Psalm 5:3
Psalm 37:6
Psalm147:5
Psalm34:18
Psalm 16:8
Psalm 119:105
Psalm 103:15-17a
Psalm 32:1
Psalm 39:4
Psalm 138:6
Psalm 40:2
Psalm 1:3
Psalm 121:5-6
Psalm 28:8
Psalm 4:8
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